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Aug 20, 2009 | 6:46 AM EDT

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Something of a mix between Passage and Polkadot, Tanaka's Friendly Adventure is a charming little exploration game that involves gathering a group of friends to attend the titular character's birthday party celebration. There's no time limit to rush you into doing anything, and the adventure can be replayed as many times as you want. You can also visit your friends in a special section accessible via the main menu.

The game is designed by bento_smile (
Ported to flash by mirosurabu in collaboration with bento_smile (



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Giving a 5. Why? Well, first, you don't even interact. That was bad, but you got to read description stuff. -2, +1. 1 point deduced. Second, looking at the robot character, It feels like you copied tamagotchi for these characters. -4.+0. I'm not critisizing you, just try to improve it next time. Thank you! Attigatou~~~


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Interesting game, I was somewhat dissapointed that the konami code didn't do anything special though :P

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Its really good! Now if only they could actually interact or something. :D Keep improving and working on it! You could make it really big!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Boring. Entertaining. But Boring. Yes, that's a contradiction. I don't care. :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

A 'collection' game?

When this game tells you that you have 'found some friends' for your party, I personally think that in fact I've done...nothing. In my opinion it's a very boring game , with nothing more to do then collect friends by means of walking. But then again, that's what the description said.

My personal rating is a: 3 (no fun at all, doesn't feel like I've done something, no game-element)
My rating from an objective view is a: 8 (the game does what it promises, probably interesting and cute for someone who likes to collect a lot)

Regards, Gee